My students need Kore stools to help improve attention and create a healthy learning environment.
My amazing first graders live in a rural district that is quickly growing. They come from diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.
My students need be able to wiggle and wobble while they learn!
My students are learning to transition to a full day of school.
Last year they attended half day kindergarten. This is the first year that my students have been asked to complete classwork for a full day in a more structure learning environment. As first graders they are expected to build stamina to work for longer periods of time. This can be a very hard transition for some students, especially those students who have a lot of energy. They need to be able to move while they are learning!
My students need Kore stools to help improve attention and create a healthy learning environment. Research shows that there are many immediate benefits for students, including increased motivation, improved metabolism, better oxygen flow to the brain, and improved posture. Students who need to fidget while they focus have a great outlet! Wobble stools allow students a way to wiggle in a controlled manner. Movement stimulates the brain and helps us stay awake and focused! Students will be able to sit on their Kore stools throughout the day. Having these Kore stools instead of regular chairs will allow them to "wiggle out" some of their energy throughout the day.
Kore Patented WOBBLE Chair, Made in the USA, Active Sitting for Toddler, Pre-School, Kids, and Teens; Kids don't have to sit still anymore - "The BEST seat in any Classroom"! - Blue - Kids (14in)
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